PhD Scholarships at Berlin International Graduate School of Natural Sciences and Engineering
You would like to write your PhD as a member of the BIG-NSE PhD school and of the UniCat research cluster and need a scholarship (for a planned PhD start in October 2016)?
For the next season (PhD start in October 2016), we'll have at least five "home-made" BIG-NSE scholarships to offer. It is however not excluded that a few additional scholarships might be made available, like for example, DAAD-sponsored scholarships.
The application requirements and procedure could be a little bit different for each scholarship type; but in order to simplify the application procedure, we will request you to send only one application. Depending on your country of origin, your area of education and a few other factors, we will then determine which scholarship type can be offered.
The monthly amount of the scholarship does not differ considerably from one type to the other, the required applications documents neither.
The next deadline for candidates willing to apply for a scholarship (for a PhD start at the beginning of the Winter Semester 2016) is January 15 2016 (see details here).
The schedule for candidates having applied before Jan. 15 2015 for a scholarship and a PhD start in October 2015 can be found here.
Whatever the type of scholarship you finally get offered, before you apply for one of the scholarships, you should first have a look at our Recruitment Philosophy webpage to be sure the School is what you are looking for and that you have a chance of being accepted as a future PhD student.
For all scholarship types, you have to apply using our application portal. This portal is only accessible to duly registered users who have logged into the webpage. The first step for you is to go to our Login Portal and to login there. Then a link to the Application Portal will appear and you can fill in the necessary forms and upload the required documents. Good luck and hopefully see you soon in Berlin!
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